Retailing on-board for £159, this new watch has an impressive list of features, including: incoming call alert, Email, SMS, Social Media, Calendar Events, Pedometer, Calorie Counter, Sleep Monitor and Missed Calls. Android and IOS compatible, the watch has Swiss Parts Movement making it of a similar high quality to the rest of the Aviator offering.
Stuart McGuire, Chairman, Scorpio Worldwide, comments, “We have been watching the rise of smart watch technology for a number of years with a lot of interest. It has become a huge part of the domestic watch market, and it won’t be long until a large percentage of the watches sold in travel retail will have some form of smart technology. Being the leading inflight distributor in travel retail, we were determined to be the first to launch smart watch technology into the channel, and partnering with the most successful inflight watch brand of all time makes it sure to be popular with both our customers and their passengers.
“One of the main issues we see with current Smart Watches offered on the market is the lack of styling, and the fact that that most of them don’t look like normal watches. We have addressed both of these issues and combined classic Aviator styling with Smart Watch features,” adds McGuire.
For avid diving fans, the launch of the new Aviator Special Ops Professional Diver Watch will be pleasing to the ear. Water resistant to 200M/650ft and constructed with a solid stainless steel 44mm case featuring a uni-directional rotating bezel and screw down crown, this new watch ensures that no man will ever lack style, no matter what depth he is at. The addition of a blue textured dial with calendar and luminous hands and indices means that the time and date will always be to hand. The ultimate high performance watch without the high performance watch price. Tough. Robust. Prepared.
“The new diving watch is a great addition to the Aviator portfolio. You don’t need to be a diving fan to enjoy the benefits of the watch; it’s stylish look and design gives it a broad appeal,” adds McGuire.